The Strand at Coolangatta

Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area

The Strand at Coolangatta is the heart of beachside dining, shopping and entertainment in a world famous waterfront location on the Southern Gold Coast.

Shopping
Shopping in Coolangatta has never been easier. With a dynamic mix of fashion, surfwear, supermarkets, gifts and homewares, you’re sure to find something special at The Strand. The centre is also a one-stop shop for your everyday needs and services: from fresh food, groceries and newspapers, to hair, beauty and booking travel.

Dining
With award-winning restaurants, international cuisine, cool bars and casual eateries, The Strand brings a new world of dining options to Coolangatta. You’ll find the freshest Asian, Mexican, Italian and tapas-style restaurants alongside the country’s most sought-after dessert options including Gelato Messina and Max Brenner - all in one idyllic oceanfront setting.

Entertainment
With Birch, Carroll & Coyle Cinema and Timezone under the one roof, The Strand at Coolangatta is the entertainment destination on the Southern Gold Coast. Whether you're organising a corporate event, a team building session, a kids birthday party, or just planning a night out with loved ones, The Strand is the perfect venue for it all!

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday9am - 5:30pm
Tuesday9am - 5:30pm
Wednesday9am - 5:30pm
Thursday9am - 9pm
Friday9am - 5:30pm
Saturday9am - 5:30pm
Sunday10am - 4pm

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Public Telephone

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
72-80 Marine Parade
Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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